President Bush made a speech today in which he said that the current Iraqi regime is "not good enough". He pointed out the high levels of terrorism and lawlessness in the country, and the fact that the government seems unable to run its own country.
"We are dealing with a regime which is allowing people to be killed needlessly. We will use the threat of force if necessary to ensure that Iraq starts to behave itself. If diplomacy does not work we may need to invade."
It was pointed out to the President that the USA had already invaded Iraq in 2003, and that another invasion might not be possible considering the amount of US troops already there.
He responded: "I think that we must invade."
Military advisors have suggested that invading a country which is already occupied by the invading force is an unusual tactic, but is likely to be successful. Polls suggest that this could cause the same feel-good factor which was around at the time of the first "successful" Iraqi invasion, and before the cynicism which followed the "unsuccessful" occupation.
It is thought that President Bush could invade Iraq "successfully" another 10 times in the next year. If each invasion improved his poll ratings as much as the previous invasion did, then he would be as popular as Jesus in the US by Christmas.